The Vitruvian Man
A very common picture when looking at geometric patterns is the flower of life. The flower consists of 19 overlapping circles, spaced evenly, create a perfectly symmetrical flower. It’s documented that the 1st image of the geometric flower dates back to 645 BC.
What is a geometric shape? How do we miss that they are all around us? Your cabbage in the fridge, the flowers on your dining table and the pinecones in your pot purée bowl.
Great examples of natures geometry consist of snowflakes, diamonds, shells, trees a sunflower head. These beautiful items are in front of our eyes every day.
I have the impression that this is why this common nail art request is timeless. Natural geometric shapes will continue to make an impression on us every day. Whether it’s conscious or unconscious.
Nail art is evolving every day, just like fashion all trends go round in a circle. Hot now, not next year but when it comes to simple styles, they are timeless.
Geometric patterns are always in our nail trends. Whether there are lines dots circles or squares we are wearing them every year. My hope is that in 5 years’ time this blog is still relevant for nail art fabulousness.
The approach I’ve used for this style of nail is something you can also do at home. Home nail art can be fun nothing in life needs to be perfect and nail art is no exception.
I love to channel the info and practice into a real life set of nails so here’s one I made earlier… Blue Peter style.